Snakes are out enjoying the warmer weather

IT'S come to the time of year when snakes are on the move and sightings are taking place across the coast.

Work it girl, work it.

Miss Conception, Marty Martini, Glorious Mountains, Wayward Wally and Honey Moonshine are getting their glitter on for Monday night.

It's first in best dressed darlings

Councillor brought before court for dodgy driving offences

BEFORE COURT: Coffs Harbour City councillor John Arkan was brought before Coffs Harbour Local Court for a number of driving offences.

Councillor gets a serving from the law

After dark at the Dark Arts Cafe'

Take a seat and have coffee before or after your evening out.

This adds another after dark venue to the Coffs landscape.

Two great white sharks tagged and released off our coast

Great White Shark.

Another great white shark has been caught off the Coffs Coast today

'Thousands' of jobs are set to become available

There's set to be a jobs boom on the north coast in the upcoming months, according to the Pacific Hwy upgrade team.

Jobs bonanza for north coast locals.

When is this dry spell going to break?

SO DRY: North Coast Storm Chasers Antonio Parancin said northern NSW has not had a significant rainfall since Cyclone Debbie.

Are there storms on the way for Coffs?

Club sharing iconic Coffs history now endangered

CLUB ENDANGERED: Two thirds of the Coffs Harbour Lions Club Sandra Seyner, Don Marker, Coralie Falconer, Rosalie Skinner.

Community club doesn't want to end up in history books

Haynes set to captain Australia in Ashes

Rachael Haynes batting for Australia during the ICC Women's World Cup. Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

Rachael Haynes to stand-in for Meg Lanning as Southern Stars captain

Only four days left until the doors close.

SAVVY SHOPPERS: There are bargains to be snapped up at Adairs.

Saturday is the last day to grab an incredible bargain

Brand-building mobile moments

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Understanding your customers' needs and try to be useful

Amazing bargains at Adairs' moving sale

MOVING SALE: Adairs is clearing the decks to make it easier to move to their new location.

Adairs is closing the doors in town location. New store to open.

An award so well deserved

Humbled and surprised to win a MONTY

Award is the icing for locals who love their work

WINNERS: Coffs Harbour Franchisee Craig Budden (third from left), Aussie founder John Symond (second from right) and the Coffs Harbour Aussie Homeloans team.

Local business recognised as a stand-out

The cornerstones of community

COMMUNITY MINDED: Ken, Chris and Rick Hall of Advanced Metal Industries Australia have been loyal supporters of the Coffs Harbour Men's Shed.

Community minded duo recognised for contributions to Coffs Harbour

Aussie shoppers going cashless

Business

What might a cashless society mean for small businesses?

New tool could boost internet speeds

NBN trialling diagnostic tool which takes aim at wiring faults

Coast calls on PM to throw down some funding as well as a beer

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull calls for the Snowy Mountains Control Centre during a Snowy Mountains visit.

Readers outline their wish list ahead of Prime Minister's Coast trip

Don't be surprised: New $10 note to make debut

MONEY: Australia's new $10 banknote.

Subtle differences are on $10 released tomorrow.

New $10 note could be in your wallet tomorrow

The new $10 note.

It has cutting edge technology to protect against counterfeiting

Builder John Holland faces $42m fine over hospital debacle

Perth Children's Hospital. Picture: Nic Ellis.

It is being forced to pay $180,000 a day.

Not enough USB ports? This could be the answer

ThrUSB promises to help solve the problem around lack of USB ports.

New product aims to help with more plug in options

Father's call to approve daughter's wedding

What's got the Coffs Coast talking?

Bouquets and brickbats

THUMBS UP: TO the Jetty Developmentall starting to look great - Craig Webber.

What's got the Coffs Coast talking?

Time for government to tax fat and sugar

Hot box goodies. Photo: Claudia Baxter

People are choosing to consume junk food because it is cheaper.

A sad day for Woolgoolga

Woolgoolga is losing it's independent supermarket with Carlo's IGA closing.

What's got the Coffs Coast talking?

Why saying 'let's see the SSM legislation' is just dumb

All you really need to know about the same-sex marriage legislation

Priest: Why Christians ought to support same-sex marriage

Father Dave Smith is an Anglican Priest and professional boxer.Source:News Limited

Why did opposition to same-sex marriage have to bring us together?

Pastor explains why he wants you to vote no

VOTE NO: Pastor Brian Robertson is leading the no campaign against same-sex marriage.

The man behind the flyers speaks out

Water crisis: 'Every day it's getting worse'

IT IS "desperate times" on the Northern Rivers, as people are forced to wait up to five weeks to have tank water delivered.

88-year-old driver pleads not guilty to fatal crash

Tributes for Dann Jenkins.

Man, 88, to be arraigned in the Lismore District Court

North Coast woman murdered in supermodel's home

Murdered woman Lanell Latta was originally from Byron Bay.

25-year-old man arrested and charged with murder

Deputy Premier supports gay Nats candidate after 'attack'

Lismore businessman Rod Bruem has called for an investigation into the weekend's Nationals Lismore pre-selection process.

Gay candidate won't put up with discrimination

OXYGEN THIEVES: Chronic lung disease victim hit by theft

Kevin Burton with daughter Kirsty White - Kevin's oxygen tank was taken from him outside Grafton Shoppingworld last week.

Vital medical equipment disappeared at Grafton Shoppingworld

Woman found dead in supermodel’s home

The body of a woman has been found at a the northern beaches home owned by supermodel Gemma Ward.

Woman’s body found in home owned by supermodel Gemma Ward

Prime Minister inspects Coffs stadium ahead of major upgrade

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull giving time to young football players at Coffs C.ex Stadium a short time ago.

Prime Minister Turnbull visits the Coffs Coast.

New $10 note fails on first day

The new ten dollar note.Source:News Corp Australia

New $10 note rejected at supermarkets, vending machines

You don’t want this on your boarding pass

Boarding pass SSSS. Pic: Twitter

What ‘SSSS’ means on your boarding pass

SPIDER INVASION: 'This is the thing nightmares are made of.'

The spider web covering a huge patch of Pialba backyard.

Hate spiders? This story definitely won't change that.

Sadistic couple jailed over harrowing torture of babysitter

The key players in a horrifying torture case in Adelaide’s northern suburbs.Source:The Advertiser

Sadistic couple jailed over harrowing torture of babysitter

Centrelink 'leech' preyed on teen

Leisa Atkinson is accused getting teenagers to move in with her and plying them with booze and cigarettes while taking money from their Centrelink payments.Source:Facebook

Centrelink ‘leech’ accused of preying on teenagers for money

What studies tell us about same-sex couples and children

SAME SEX MARRIAGE: Australia is being asked to make their Yes or No opinion known in the postal survey.

Same-sex couples and children: what does the evidence tell us?

Locals rally after death of homeless man in church grounds

The death of a homeless man has sparked a huge reaction on the Sunshine Coast.

Hundreds affected by the tragic news of 31-year-old dad's death

‘I’ve been called a putrid skank’: Woman who sacked No voter

Madlin Sims stands by her decision to let Madeline go.Source:Supplied

‘No’ voter fires back after getting the sack

The hero who faced a burning ute to rescue the man inside

Mr Van Baast drags the stricken 22-year-old from the wreck. Picture: Prime News Wagga

"He doesn’t like the word hero, but he is exactly that.”

Man tries to BBQ deadly snake, gets bitten in the face

Australia Zoo has added venomous exotic snakes to its collection, including this pair of eastern diamondback rattlesnakes.

He grabbed the venomous snake to show off to his friends

MEXICO HORROR: 138 dead as nation reels from deadly quake

A man walks out of the door frame of a building that collapsed after an earthquake, in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City,

At least 138 people have been reported dead after earthquake hit Mexico.

Family begs runner to stop pooing on their lawn

This grainy photo shows the poo runner making her getaway. Picture: KKTVSource:Supplied

Her kids first notified her of the runner's crappy habit

But first, let me take a selfie!

Ferdinand Puentes after his plane crashed near Hawaii.

The selfie-obsessed who snap pics in the midst of horror situations

Buyer allegedly pulls a knife on guy over $1100 'Yeezy' shoes

The Kanye West-designed shoes were for sale for $1100.

Bizarre thing happens to mum every time she orgasms

Jessica Southall even nodded off during labour. Picture: SINS/MegaSource:Mega

Mum ‘falls asleep’ every time she orgasms or laughs

Dog-gone it! Laborador eats priceless heirloom

WHO ME? Rebecca Rough with husband Brendan and Bella the labrador, who really can't see what all the fuss is about.

Peckish labrador creates a nightmare for couple

Tourists fail to offer beer for Aussie helping them out

What, no beer?

What? No beer for helping you out of a bog?

Three things to do this week

Bellingen music festivalWhat: The 8th annual event will bring together locals and visitors as the streets come alive with music from national and international...

Kylie Minogue’s back on the scene for Kingsman sequel

Australian singer and actress Kylie Minogue poses during the world premiere of the movie Kingsman: The Golden Circle in Leicester square in London.

AUSSIE pop princess makes a triumphant return to the red carpet.

Phillippe ‘bashed lover in drug bender’

Actor Ryan Phillippe is being sued by his ex-girlfriend.

Ryan Phillippe is being sued after an alleged drug-fuelled rampage.

First Dates cringefest: 'Some girls can't handle it, y'know?'

Abbie suffers through an excruciating date with James on First Dates.

ONE woman has been set up with a guy who has never been on a date.

Bachelorette: The wacky line-up of men waiting for Sophie Monk

Here are the 18 suitors swooning for Sophie Monk.

Sophie Monk on nude photo shoot with Playboy magazine

Sophie Monk has just one regret after her photoshoot with mens magazine Playboy in 2014.Source:News Corp Australia

"Not normal that you’re looking at me naked"

MOVIE REVIEW: Crackingly paced but runs out of puff

Bryan Brown and Jenny Wu in a scene from the movie Australia Day.

Australia Day is a work of art, but its stories don’t quite mesh.